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Can someone explain this control sap.ui.layout.GridData

I tried so many combinations of L M and S.

If i am targetting only a Medium screen, shall i not worry about L and S.

Do we have any proper documention on what was planned to implement, so that its easy to understand and implement in the application.

regards,

Karthikeyan

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  • Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 02:14 PM

    the area will be divided to 12 column

    L* means how many column your control will take in large screen

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  • Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 03:43 PM

    here is some documentation

    SAPUI5 Explored

    and also here is something related to device adaptation

    SAPUI5 SDK - Demo Kit

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    Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 05:07 PM

    thanks, I have already checked these links and also have the API reference in the Demo kit.

    However, these links does not explain the behaviour properly.

    @Jun: I read the documenatation and expected that if i specify L2, then for larger screen it should have only two columns. It does not work.

    I am kind of using this and ResponsiveGridLayout. Both follow the same pricinciples.

    In my application, the labels were big and it was showing ellipses. just to change that with proper combiniation of L1 M* S* it took almost a day.

    I had to span column into two. if i did that one was in left and other was few cols apart.

    Thats the reason am asking if you have a better documentation on this. I checked with few other colleagues. We are confused with the control.

    May be this control is to bring the responsiveness to the Form or so but it certain cases, i want to overwrite the responsiveness with this L M and S and i dont know how to.

    regards,

    Karthikeyan

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